Q=CV so Q is directly proportional to V but in V=W/Q Q is directly proportional to 1/V.why?
Asked by | 22nd Jul, 2011, 07:49: PM
But in the definition of V i.e., V = W/Qo, Qo is the unit positive test charge. So, here Qo is not a varying quantity. Therefore, V at a point just depends on the work done in moving a unit positive test charge from infinity to that point against the electrostatic forces i.e., .
Answered by | 22nd Jul, 2011, 10:04: PM
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